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Report on children in migration 2020

How do Member States and Norway ensure the care and protection of children who arrive in their countries, and what measures are in place in relation to guardianship, education, access to justice, and more? This new report from the European Migration Network (EMN) provides an overview of the progress made during 2020 in the implementation of the recommendations laid out in the 2017 Communication on the protection of children in migration and is the second edition of a series of reports developed by the EMN.     The progress report on children in migration 2019 can be found here.

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Joint EMN-OECD inform published: The use of digitalization and artificial intelligence in migration management

This inform is focusing on specific areas in the context of asylum, migration and acquisition of citizenship procedures and border control management where digital technologies may be used. The inform draws on contributions from the OECD and 24 EU Member States that have or plan to enhance the deployment of digital services due to the increased use of digital technology in recent years and during the Covid-19 pandemic. The publication provides an overview of the potential for digital technologies to support areas of migration management, citizenship acquisition, asylum procedures and border controls, taking into account the implications for fundamental rights,…

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Joint EMN-OECD inform published – Skills Mobility Partnerships: Exploring Innovative Approaches to Labour Migration

How can Member States face the growing mobility of workers and skills shortages in the EU? This new joint EMN-OECD inform highlights experiences by EU Member States, non-EU countries and international organisations with regards to the introduction of Skills Mobility Partnerships (SMPs), a new concept that promotes a sustainable approach to skilled migration and mobility, with the aim to build skills for the benefit of both countries of origin and destination. In 2020, the New Pact on Migration and Asylum emphasised the importance of creating new legal pathways in the context of labour migration, skills matching and addressing labour shortages. …

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Inform on preventing, detecting and tackling situations where authorisations to reside in the EU for the purpose of study are misused

This new inform aims to map experiences and approaches across the EU in preventing and addressing situations where authorisations are potentially misused for a purpose other than for study. The inform distinguishes between the pre- and post-arrival phase. In the pre-arrival phase, focus is on prevention of potential misuse of authorisations. The post-arrival phase, concentrates on detecting possible cases of misuse once an authorisation has been issued, highlighting the main methods adopted by Member states and the consequences linked to such cases.  

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Report on children in migration 2019

What are Member States and Norway doing to protect the rights of migrant children who arrive in their countries? What systems are in place to ensure swift identification, adequate reception and effective guardianship? EMN report maps the progress made by Member States and Norway in 2019 in the implementation of the recommended actions laid down in the 2017 Commission Communication on the protection of children in migration, with a view to further understanding progress made in the implementation of the Communication’s key actions.    

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Report on children in migration 2020

How do Member States and Norway ensure the care and protection of children who arrive in their countries, and what measures are in place in relation to guardianship, education, access to justice, and more? This new report from the European Migration Network (EMN) provides an overview of the progress made during 2020 in the implementation…

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Joint EMN-OECD inform published – Skills Mobility Partnerships: Exploring Innovative Approaches to Labour Migration

How can Member States face the growing mobility of workers and skills shortages in the EU? This new joint EMN-OECD inform highlights experiences by EU Member States, non-EU countries and international organisations with regards to the introduction of Skills Mobility Partnerships (SMPs), a new concept that promotes a sustainable approach to skilled migration and mobility,…

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Inform on preventing, detecting and tackling situations where authorisations to reside in the EU for the purpose of study are misused

This new inform aims to map experiences and approaches across the EU in preventing and addressing situations where authorisations are potentially misused for a purpose other than for study. The inform distinguishes between the pre- and post-arrival phase. In the pre-arrival phase, focus is on prevention of potential misuse of authorisations. The post-arrival phase, concentrates…

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Report on children in migration 2019

What are Member States and Norway doing to protect the rights of migrant children who arrive in their countries? What systems are in place to ensure swift identification, adequate reception and effective guardianship? EMN report maps the progress made by Member States and Norway in 2019 in the implementation of the recommended actions laid down…

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